The band’s new film Twenty will be released for one night only on the 20th of September in a few dozen cinemas in the UK (and around the world).
The film is directed by Cameron Crowe and it charts the band’s whole career using a staggering amount of archive home footage that the band had collected over the past 20 years.
“When I set out to make this film, my mission was to assemble the best-of-the best from Pearl Jam’s past and present and give audiences a visceral feeling of what it is to love music and to feel it deeply – to be inside the journey of a band that has carved their own path. There is only one band of their generation for which a film like this could even be made, and I’m honored to be the one given the opportunity to make it.” Says Crowe
Here’s where you can see the film
The band also release a companion soundtrack and book on 19 September.
The soundtrack is a double CD containing live tracks and rarities from the band’s whole career.